Past Exhibitions

Iván Navarro, "Plunder (Dubai Towers - Doha)," neon, wood, paint, Plexiglass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy, 98" x 40.5" x 7", 2011.

Heaven or Las Vegas

The SCAD Museum of Art presents a solo exhibition by artist Iván Navarro. In "Heaven or Las Vegas," Navarro has created a series of neon light wall sculptures based on the floor plans of 12 of the world’s best known skyscrapers, including the...

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Ralph Rucci, white double-faced silk/wool vertebrae gown, gloves, Spring 2004.  Photo by Dan Lecca.

Looking Back to the Future: Ralph Rucci Evolved

The SCAD Museum of Art is delighted to present Looking Back to the Future: Ralph Rucci Evolved, an exhibition of designs by Ralph Rucci recipient of the 2012 André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award.

Featuring 27 looks...

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Dario Escobar, “Untitled,” wood, plastic, paint and stainless steel, 75" x 45" x 3.75", 2011.

Singular-Plural

The SCAD exhibitions department presents Dario Escobar: Singular-Plural, a selection of re-worked industrial objects and works on paper highlighting form, function and concept.

Escobar pulls everyday objects—a skateboard, a...

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Jane Alexander, "Frontier with Ghost"

Surveys (from the Cape of Good Hope)

The SCAD Museum of Art presents Jane Alexander: Surveys (from the Cape of Good Hope), the first major North American survey exhibition of site-specific tableaux, sculptures and photomontages by South African artist Jane Alexander. This...

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Fred Wilson

Life’s Link: A Fred Wilson Installation

The SCAD Museum of Art is pleased to “re-present” the Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art by 2012 deFINE ART artist honoree Fred Wilson. An...

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Sigalit Landau, "Salted Lake"

One Man’s Floor Is Another Man’s Feelings

One Man’s Floor is Another Man’s Feelings brings together installations and videos by artist Sigalit Landau previously featured in the Israeli Pavilion during the 54th Venice Biennale, 2011.

Shown together for the first time...

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Mohamed Bourouissa: "Le Miroir (The Mirror)"

Le Miroir (The Mirror)

"Le Miroir (The Mirror)" is a solo exhibition of photographs by French artist Mohamed Bourouissa, guest curated by lecturer, art critic and independent curator Simon Njami. "Le Miroir (The Mirror)" is a way to address metaphorically any given...

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Alfredo Jaar Exhibition, May 1, 2011

May 1, 2011

On the night of May 1, 2011, an image was transmitted throughout the world that is now considered a milestone for image politics, and has entered the collective memory of the U.S.’s campaign against al-Qaida and the war on terror. It shows a...

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Stephen Antonakos, For John Climacus

Tessares

Antonakos is an abstract formalist and a pioneer in new uses of neon in art since 1960. His work is related to Minimalism in its intention to be seen as "real things in real space in the here and now." He has a particular interest in bringing the...

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Flower Bed II: A Prelude to Damnation

Trenton Doyle Hancock is renowned for his ability to mine popular culture and history, sourcing the content of his ongoing fantastical narrative from comic books, animation, movies, music, biblical stories, surrealism and abstract expressionism....

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High Style Curated by André Leon Talley

"High Style" Curated by André Leon Talley

High Style, the inaugural exhibition in the museum's André Leon Talley Gallery, named for the Vogue contributing editor and SCAD Board of Trustees...

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Kehinde Wiley, "Alexander the Great"

Selected Works

Los Angeles native and New York-based visual artist Kehinde Wiley has firmly situated himself within art history's portrait painting tradition. As a contemporary descendent of a long line of portraitists - including Reynolds, Gainsborough, Titian...

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The Crossing

The Crossing

To inaugurate the newly designed and expanded SCAD Museum of Art, the Savannah College of Art and Design is pleased to present Bill Viola’s video installation, The Crossing.Co‐commissioned by SCAD in 1996, Bill Viola's The Crossing...

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New Growth: Stratum Field

New Growth: Stratum Field

Commissioned by SCAD for the debut of the SCAD Museum of Art, New Growth: Stratum Field is a site-specific sculptural installation designed and constructed to converse with the resonant features of museum's new 290-foot south-facing...

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Liza Lou, Let the Light In

Let the Light In

In honor of the reopening of the SCAD Museum of Art, the Savannah College of Art and Design presents Let the Light In, a solo exhibition by artist Liza Lou. In her newest body of work, Lou creates sculptures and reliefs that reference...

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You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions

You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions

"You Can't Desert the Muse: Focus on Recent Print Acquisitions" features approximately 20 prints by contemporary printmakers, many of whom were associated with Robert Blackburn's noted Printmaking Workshop in New York. This was a widely diverse...

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Virginia Kiah portrait, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia

Virginia Kiah from Art School to Art Educator: 30 Years of Portraits

Portrait artist and former SCAD board member, the late Virginia Jackson Kiah earned a B.A. from the Philadelphia Museum School of Art in 1931 and an M.A. from Columbia University in 1950. She also studied with notable portraitists Robert Brackman...

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Richard Hunt, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia

Richard Hunt: Promethean Mythmaker [Sculptures, Drawings and Prints]

With more than 100 commissioned public sculptures in American cities, the artist Richard Hunt has altered the nation's landscape, embodying classical ideals through his abstract works or interpreting historical traditions and genres. Some of his...

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British Taste in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries, SCAD Museum of Art

Town & Country: British Taste in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries

This exhibition features approximately two dozen works by great English masters such as Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Wright of Derby, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hoppner, Sir William Beechey, and others. The paintings depict a world of prosperous...

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Hogarth's Tale of Two Cities: Rich and Poor in 18th-century London

Hogarth's Tale of Two Cities: Rich and Poor in 18th-century London

This comprehensive exhibition of prints by William Hogarth chronicles the highs and lows of life in 18th-century London. Selected from the SCAD Museum of Art's Earle W. Newton Collection of British and American Art, the 50 pieces on view include...

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